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show on msnbc, melissa harris-perry. and editor in chief of buzzfeed, ben smith, who it must be noted, sam stein drew this to my attention yesterday, according to the "jerusalem post" ben smith is the 28th most important jew in the world. >> thanks for mentioning that on air. >> you're so welcome, it's a big title and congratulations. >> sam was actually 51. >> just saying. >> we'll get into the actual rankings. melissa i want to go to you first on this. i feel like -- there are some things that we should be talking about. including 501(c)4s, our tax code, embassy security, what it means to be a diplomat. intelligence-gathering. but we're actually kind of not really talking about any of that during the scandal week and i read "the new york times" editorial board's assessment of the situation. scandal machine, whatever cranky point republicans had been making against president obama for the last five years, dishonesty, socialism, jack-booted tyranny. they somehow found these incidents were actually the proof they had been seeking, no matter how inflated or distorted. your thoughts? >>
nervous breakdown. white appeared on "bonanza," perry mason," and "father knows best." >>> the ask any married couple that a marriage is work. but when you say that in front of millions, it gets attention. ben affleck, during a speech he said to his wife, jennifer garner in the audience, i want to thank you on working on our marriage. it's work. he took a lot of heat. while hosting "snl" he invited his wife on to explain himself. >> our marriage is a -- what would you have called it in the speech? >> a gift. i would have said thank you to my wife. our marriage is a gift. >> it's a gift, to the work of marriage, which you gifted me, with enormous work. >> we're going to be completely honest here, why don't we mention who does all of the work. >> i want to tell you how i wish i had ended that speech. okay? i couldn't do any of the things that i do, without your support. you are my angel, my life and my world. >> you're reading that. >> a little help on the cue card. jennifer garner. >>> the star-mangled banner. you have to hear this one to >>> the star-mangled banner. you have to hear th
that i find popping up in the first 500 songs of my itunes, "wide awake," katy perry who i saw, but was too afraid to go up and ask for my picture. for my money and that's what this show is about is money, the best breakup song are all written by health care companies that have gotten too big for their own good. you don't see them at the top of itunes. don't think they're not happening. i'm constantly promoting the idea that companies can unlock value with the stroke of a pen so that each component can become easier for wall street to understand because wall street can be really stupid. to put a value on it they need to have it broken up and by far the best of the break-up plays have been in health care which is why tonight i've got a new name for you with a ton of breakup potential. first, we have to go over the formula. abbot lab, the big medical device maker told us if it split off its pharmaceutical division as a separate company, abv and we recommended the stock a few weeks later because we thought each if the name is silly we can make a lot of money. abbott labs together
is melissa harris-perry. the business of politics is overshadowed by the personal. what could it be about president barack obama that makes republicans in washington obsessed with him as an individual opposed to his policies. and melissa harris-perry is coming up next. we'll see you here tomorrow morning at 8:00. thanks for getting up. c-max two. that's a super fuel- efficient hybrid for me. and a long range plug-in hybrid for you. now, let's review. introducing the ford c-max hybrid and the ford c-max energi plug-in hybrid. say hi to the c-max hybrids. plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day men's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day men's 50+. [ male announcer ] we all have something neatly tucked away in the back of our mind. a secret hope. that thing we've always wanted to do. it's not about having dreams, it's about reaching them. ♪ an ally for real possibilities. aarp. find tools and direction at aarp.org/possibilities. and didn't know where to start. used a contractor before a
to contributor perry bacon, political editor. nice to see you on the show for the first time. >> good to see you, toure. >> we're in a hyper polarized situation. not just d.c. through throughout america. thisage of the turnout election when the two parties barely seem to be speaking the same language. republicans feel like the president is the worst president of all time. when you talk about benghazi, that confirm what they already feel. democrats feel like he is doing just work and republicans are attacking just to be him. so when you have scandals like, this does it really change anything when they confirm the biases they already have? >> i think it does change things. there are people working together. you take an issue where immigration, marco rubio is leading the effort. he is working with a bipartisan group. this is the one thing where the irs and benghazi can have an effect. if you're marco rubio, you're trying to show to the tea party folks, i can work with the white house. i can reach a compromise. you go back xhoem the tea party folks are like you're working with these people involve i
better change your tune on how you talk to them. that's one of the reasons why rick perry, for as right as he was on so many issues, he really cultivated the latino community and really was a proponent of the dream act. >> right. >> because he recognized that was his potential base, too. >> indeed. of course, george w. bush was when he was in texas. then as president. now, these re-branding efforts, notwithstanding maria teresa, there is still, there is still a, quote, self-deportation caucus in the house as you know. they were out there on tuesday warning us that a path to citizenship would turn the u.s. into a third world hell hole. their words. how to ydo you assess their abi to obstruct this new green shoots of republican agreement? >> how much credence are you going to pay attention to that squeaky wheel? they don't want pathway to citizenship. they're saying americans are completely self-sustaining, which is not case. because we have roughly 10,000 baby boomers retiring every single day, we need immigrant labor in this country. who are those individuals? whether it'sç bachmann,
breasts and the choices that women face. good morning. i'm melissa harris-perry. it was hard to ignore the three most notable items in the news this week. no, i'm not talking about benghazi, the justice department subpoenas and the irs tea party targeting. i'm talking about anglin owe jolie and her left and right breasts. she and they were everywhere after we woke up to a tuesday morning new york times editorial from jolie about her difficult decision to undergo a prophylactic double mastectomy to reduce her likelihood of developing breast cancer. she knew the odds she was facing after a test revealed she had an 87% risk of developing breast cancer and a 50% risk of getting the ovarian cancer that killed her mother at age 56. jolie's tests came back positive for a mutation on a gene known as brca 1. mutations on these genes like the one found in jolie's tests exponentially increase breast cancer risk. a woman who has inherited the flaw in the genes is about five times more likely to develop breast cancer than a woman without the mutation. it is i terrifying possibility to consider both
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